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June 20, 2016

It’s official! Minister for Trade and Investment Steven Ciobo visited Swisse Wellness for a ribbon cutting ceremony to open the Cambridge St support office.

He was joined by Swisse team members and ambassadors, MasterChef judge George Calombaris, cricket legend, Ricky Ponting and Olympic Water Polo player Rowie Webster for the Friday formalities.

 

Take a tour inside Swisse Wellness

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The new workspace is a heritage listed ‘Foy and Gibson’ building, in Melbourne’s north side suburb of Collingwood – an area Swisse has been based in for over 20 years.

Minister Ciobo’s visit wasn’t just for the usual celebratory cake (in fact, this was subbed for healthy bliss balls) – but in recognition of the impact Swisse has had on driving growth for the vitamin and supplement category in Australia and overseas.

 

A global business, with an Australian heart

With Swisse currently available in Australia, China, New Zealand, UK, Singapore, Italy and more recently the Netherlands, the brand is well on its way in becoming the number one global health and wellness brand. Swisse will continue its global expansion through launching into 20 countries by 2020. 

“People are at the forefront of everything we do at Swisse, we believe if we focus on people, principles and passion - profit will follow. So it’s fantastic to be able to offer our valued team such inspiring, creative and innovative space to come to work each day,” says Swisse Director of Strategy and Corporate Development, George Livery.

Read more about the good-for-you perks at this homegrown global wellness brand.

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